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@ezra post some more picture of your whole setup and let us see which side panel. It maybe riveted and you could remove the rivets etc.
[image|1474180]
this is what your chassis looks like with everything removed. The side panel appears to be riveted but a close up picture would verify this. Get a small dremel and cut the rivet. If you are really interested in restoring it, I suggest a auto body shop since they can help you with some bead blasting etc. to remove the rust and grime. BTW it’ll help if you remove the power supply and take it apart. Let us see what the inside looks like. Most of those can actually be rebuild as well, but it depends on the damage.
You may consider replacing it with an ATX etc. power supply. Here is the pinout for your power supply
[image|1474184]
and here is the pinout for an ATX power supply
[image|1474186]
-[|https://allpinouts.org/pinouts/connectors/power_supply/atx-motherboard-power-20-pin-ver-1x/] So as you can see it should be possible of using one of those. You will have to use your wiring harness sine you need the connector to the logic board.
+[https://allpinouts.org/pinouts/connectors/power_supply/atx-motherboard-power-20-pin-ver-1x/|from here] So as you can see it should be possible of using one of those. You will have to use your wiring harness sine you need the connector to the logic board.

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Aporte original por: oldturkey03 ,

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@ezra post some more picture of your whole setup and let us see which side panel. It maybe riveted and you could remove the rivets etc.

[image|1474180]

this is what your chassis looks like with everything removed. The side panel appears to be riveted but a close up picture would verify this. Get a small dremel and cut the rivet. If you are really interested in restoring it, I suggest a auto body shop since they can help you with some bead blasting etc. to remove the rust and grime.   BTW it’ll help if you remove the power supply and take it apart. Let us see what the inside looks like. Most of those can actually be rebuild as well, but it depends on the damage.

You may consider replacing it with an ATX etc. power supply. Here is the pinout for your power supply

[image|1474184]

and here is the pinout for an ATX power supply

[image|1474186]

[|https://allpinouts.org/pinouts/connectors/power_supply/atx-motherboard-power-20-pin-ver-1x/] So as you can see it should be possible of using one of those. You will have to use your wiring harness sine you need the connector to the logic board.

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